An Evening with Bollywood!

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Saturday, September 22nd

You’re invited to An Evening with Bollywood celebrating Indian culture. The event is 4-9pm at the Princeton Shopping Center. Here is the schedule:
4-6pm: “Open Bazaar” market featuring Indian “Mehndi” henna tattoos, Bollywood-inspired arts and crafts, handmade jewelry and apparel, Indian food and drinks, and more!

6-7pm: Bollywood dance performance by Uma Kapoor’s NachNation in the courtyard – bring a lawnchair or blanket!

7-9pm: Bollywood dance party – come one, come all!

Admission is free! This is a VERY popular (FREE) event. Please help us plan by registering via Eventbrite.
Princeton Shopping Center:
301 N. Harrison Street, Princeton. Ample free parking is available on site. An Evening with Bollywood is generously supported by EDENS and the Princeton Shopping Center.

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Nassau Street Sampler

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Thursday, September 15th from 5 pm – 8 pm at the Princeton Art Museum

Celebrate the beginning of the fall semester and an exciting new year of programs at the Art Museum, including the special exhibition “Frank Stella Unbound: Literature and Printmaking”, at the tenth annual Nassau Street Sampler. Visit our galleries and taste what local restaurants have to offer while enjoying musical performances by some of Princeton’s beloved student groups.

Montgomery FunFest

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Sunday, September 9th at the Princeton Airport

SAVE THE DATE! This year’s Montgomery FunFest at the Princeton Airport will take place on Sunday, September 9th, 2018. Montgomery FunFest is RAIN OR SHINE! It will be a beautiful day!

THANK YOU all who attended the second annual Montgomery FunFest on September 10th, 2017!

More than 10,000 Montgomery and surrounding town residents gathered for a day of family, food, fun, and live entertainment. We were glad to see the members of our local businesses, restaurants, community organizations, Montgomery school district clubs and sports organizations who participated and were vital to the event’s success. We believe Montgomery FunFest will continue to be a dynamic event for the entire community!

HOW TO MAKE YOUR HOME FEEL LIKE A COZY WEEKEND GETAWAY

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via MyDomaine.com – The modern farmhouse décor style has seen a resurgence in recent years. Visions of loungey and lofty spaces with pitched roofs, reclaimed beams, deep cozy sofas, and small antique pieces are enough to make each of us want to buy a cabin in the woods and retreat from city life forever.

SALES SOAR AT EAST GATE IN HISTORIC FT. MONMOUTH

East Gate is setting new heights of success as an impressive 20 of its 68 homes have been sold since the unique collection of townhomes, duplexes and single-family residences made its debut in Monmouth County’s historic Fort Monmouth.

It is unquestionably one of most notable residential sales openings in this region in recent memory, according to RPM Development Group, which has introduced the luxury offering in century-old Officer’s Housing buildings on the 1,126-acre former U.S. Army post.

East Gate has been quick to differentiate itself thanks to eye-catching architecture and distinctive homes that offer an attractive alternative to the area’s conventional housing stock.  To create a nostalgic, yet modern living experience at the community, RPM Development has masterfully blended the original building exteriors which date back to the early 20th century with contemporary interiors boasting expansive living spaces and designer finishes and appointments.

“An exceptionally high level of buyer interest has converted into many sales in a short period of time, validating our long held belief that Ft. Monmouth would fast become one of Monmouth County’s preferred new residential address,” says Michael Hong, Assistant Vice President of Development at RPM.

“The combination of luxury, one-of-a-kind homes, neighborhood soon to be ripe with a wealth of lifestyle amenities, and a storied Jersey Shore location has clearly resonated with a wide range of buyer types — from millennial first-time buyers and those moving up to larger homes to empty-nesters interested in scaling down from no-longer-needed single-family residences.”

East Gate is the first residential component to be introduced in the Ft. Monmouth redevelopment. Residences are priced from the high-$400,000s to the mid-$700,000s, with initial occupancy scheduled for early fall. Continue reading

EVAN’S MILL TAPS INTO SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY RENTAL DEMAND WITH OVER 50% OF ITS RESIDENCES ALREADY LEASED

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A strategic decision to introduce oversized apartments to a rental market clamoring for larger, upscale rental homes has paid quick dividends for developer Sterling Properties at Evan’s Mill in Cherry Hill, N.J.

The boutique community has enjoyed immediate success with more than 50% of its 152 apartments leased since a mid-June Grand Opening.  The overwhelming successful launch of Evan’s Mill has resulted in its available inventory of townhome-style apartments having nearly been exhausted, prompting the developer to ready itself for the release of 80 condo-style apartments that feature elevator access, private garage parking and available storage.

“The response to Evan’s Mill has been tremendous, confirming our belief that this community offers the kind of homes and lifestyles today’s renters seek, but don’t often find,” says Nick Hollenbeck, Director of Sales and Marketing for Sterling Properties, which is developing the community in joint-venture with partner Bob Dale.  “These modern apartments are among the largest and most well-appointed rental residences in the region. The amenities are second to none and the location is ideal from both the commuter and lifestyle perspectives.  It’s a complete package that’s proven hard to resist.”

Evan’s Mill features a portfolio of floorplans that offers exciting choices for everyone, whether young professionals seeking their first apartment or more established locals downsizing from larger homes.  Monthly rents start from $1,625 for a 707 square foot one-bedroom apartments and grow to $3,000 for the largest two-bedroom with den floorplan at 1,660 square feet.  The homes are being offered with a limited-time Grand Opening incentives.

The residences feature contemporary designer finishes including European-style wood cabinetry, extraordinarily large kitchen islands, quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances.  In addition to the elegantly-designed apartments, residents of Evan’s Mill will enjoy a full suite of recreational and social amenities including a state-of-the-art clubhouse with a sparkling outdoor pool, pool bar and fire pit area, fully-equipped fitness center, yoga room, dog park and bocce court.  The community will offer a bike share program, and is connected by biking and walking trails to the Croft Farm Arts Center and the Cooper River park system at Challenge Grove Park.

Evan’s Mill is ideally located at 1350 Brace Road.  It’s prime location near major thoroughfares, including the New Jersey Turnpike and Routes 295 and 70, and convenience to both the Haddonfield and Woodcrest stations of the PATCO High Speedline, will provide easy access into the business, entertainment and cultural opportunities of historic Philadelphia.  The delights of the famed Jersey Shore are just over an hour away.

Fully-furnished model apartments and clubhouse-leasing center are open and available to the public at Evan’s Mill.  For additional information, please call 856-429-3600 or visit www.evansmillnj.com.

About the Developers:

Over the past 15 years, Sterling Properties and Bob Dale have ventured together on numerous widely-acclaimed residential and mixed-use developments throughout the Northeast.  Sterling is recognized as a multi-faceted development organization with a wide range of upscale real estate including residential, office and commercial communities throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and Connecticut. For additional information on the company, please visit http://www.sterlingpropertiesnj.com/ or call (973) 535-1888.

THREE TIPS FOR STYLING AN ENTRYWAY

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via A Beautiful Mess – We’re still hard at work on our studio house—one mini space at a time. This week we completed two small spaces (double yay!), and today we’re teaming up with Martha Stewart Living at The Home Depot to share a few tips for styling an entry space.

But first, I must confess. I’m the worst at mini spaces. You know the ones. Too small to be a room, but still in need of decor and organization. I put them off and eventually get used to their half-finished status. They’re my blind spot.

But not this time! This time things are different. And you know what? I’m loving it. Our new entry space is inviting and organized. Since it’s the first thing we see when we walk through those doors every morning, I think of this space as our friendliest spot in the house, always waving “hell-oo-ooo!”

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A Celebration of Summer

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Thursday, August 9th from 5 pm – 9 pm at Palmer Square

Every Thursday night!
Expect something new…
something different…
something fun!

You never know what you’ll see on the Square!

From sidewalk sales, to live entertainment, to in-store promotions, to dining at our local restaurants and much more!

This Summer, Palmer Square is the place to be!

Creating a Library in your Apartment

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Just because you live in small space doesn’t mean you should have to be reading everything on Kindle. If you’re a true bibliophile, you probably leave dozens (or hundreds) of books lying out all around your home. Instead of shoving them under the bed or trying to get your mom to store them for you, you should figure out how to use your books to add color and beauty to your apartment. So how you can display them without looking like you’re on an episode of “Hoarders?” Here are the best ways to incorporate a library into any small space:

USE BOOKSHELVES AS DIVIDERS

If you live in a studio apartment or need to divide a single room into multiple sections, consider investing in a pair of large, open bookshelves. You’ll be able to use them to split up the room without actually enclosing it or having to hang anything from the ceiling. A couple of bookcases can make up the wall of a makeshift bedroom while showing all your titles off to guests. Should you ever feel like revamping your living space, you can reposition the shelves to create an entirely new layout.

DISPLAY BOOKS IN A HALLWAY

Too often, small apartment owners under-utilize their hallways. Get rid of the dead space by hanging up a few shelves and displaying some books along the hall. You’ll be using your living area to its full potential and make some DIY book art in the process. Find out how much weight your shelves will be able to bear before putting too many books on them.

TURN A CLOSET INTO A LIBRARY

If you happen to have an unused closet in your apartment or would be willing to store your clothes and other belongings elsewhere, you could create a mini-library. If you’re lucky enough to have a walk-in closet, put a chair or a bean bag in there and turn it into a full-fledged reading room. Hang up some lights or plug in a few lamps to complete this ultimate bookworm oasis. Continue Reading